I’ve known about the show for some time, but never really got around to sitting down to watch it fully or the pilot episode. I rather enjoyed the pilot episodes even for the dated feel to the show. The music … Continue reading Magnum P.I. pilot episode reaction
Formula One, the premier motorsport in the world. Fast cars, sleek technology and the need to push the boundaries of possibilities. Except when it comes to the media presentation. Formula One, prior to the media rights being bought by Liberty … Continue reading Formula 1 and Liberty Media, how to dig yourself out of a hole
Another Magnum PI post. Continue reading Reaction: “Don’t’ Eat the Snow in Hawaii”
Trust me now thank me later! I do not use this phrase often, but I have learned a few things since dabbling in cinematic production and audio is one of my weak links. It is a fact if you lack … Continue reading Where is the Lavaliere?
On December 11, 1980, the first episode of Magnum P.I. aired on CBS and was produced by American screenwriter, Donald Paul Bellisario. Even though this television series aired over 30 years ago, when I saw it for the first time … Continue reading Reaction to Magnum P.I., “Don’t Eat the Snow in Hawaii”
Magnum P.I. was created by television producers Glen A. Larson, who wrote the original script, and Donald P. Bellisario, who edited the script, and it was produced at Universal Studios. The network that aired the show was CBS for eight … Continue reading Magnum P.I. Reaction
Tom Selleck, as well as his iconic facial hair, will forever be known and beloved for their collaboration on the popular Hawaii-set television series Magnum P.I. Not only did this series run co-terminus with the Reagan administration (1980-1988), but it also, … Continue reading Magnum P.I. (1980) Pilot Reaction